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The legendary Diana Ross will perform at the Paramount in early 2015.
Many area nonprofits were helped out this year by the Bama Works Fund.
The Associated Press has been the next news organization to interview friends of the woman who was the subject of the Rolling Stone article.
Some community colleges are splitting up $500,000 to train workers in certain fields.
Many area residents have honored Robin and Mani Aldridge during a vigil at Charlottesville High School.
The lawyer representing Jesse Leroy Matthew, Jr. wants a gag order against the Fairfax prosecutor.
Delegate David Toscano (D- Charlottesville) has joined Governor McAuliffe in asking Joe Morrissey to leave the General Assembly.
Many Virginians participated in a Justice For All March in Washington, D.C.
City residents weigh in on ways to improve the Charlottesville road network.
Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine were on the prevailing side of a vote to keep the federal government running.
Our region's leading Libertarians will recognize the 223rd anniversary of America's Bill Of Rights
Albemarle Fire and Rescue personnel spent part of the weekend helping county families reduce the risk fo fires.
Delegate Joe Morrissey will get jail time for an incident involving a teenage girl in Henrico County.
The feds have decided to end an investigation of former State Senator Phil Puckett's resignation.
Charlottesville firefighters have completed their investigation of a December 5th incident on Rugby Avenue.
The Washington Post is reporting that the U.S. Probation Office is recommending that former governor Bob McDonnell be sentenced to at least ten years in prison.
The Western District of Virginia is set to have its first female federal judge.
The work on the Hardware River bridge on Route 6 has been finished six days ahead of schedule.
A Lovingston man has been sentenced to a total of ten years in prison on a methamphetamine conviction.
Virginia Tech will allow opposite sex roommates in a couple of dorms next fall.